Entrinsik to Present and Exhibit at the Ellucian Live 2018 Conference

Posted on April 2nd 2018

Raleigh, NC – March 29, 2018– Entrinsik Inc. (entrinsik.com), developer of Informer, one of the most highly rated business intelligence platforms on the market, will be participating as a presenter and exhibitor at the upcoming Ellucian Live Conference in San Diego, CA, April 8-11, 2018.  The annual Conference brings together approximately 7,500 attendees from 1,300 higher education institutions all dedicated to a common goal – student success.

Brad Leupen, Entrinsik CTO, will be delivering two presentations that include demonstrations of Informer 5. The presentations are titled: Spend Less Time Gathering Data, More Time Analyzing Data with Informer 5; and Discover Patterns and Relationships Within Your Data with Informer 5. All conference attendees are encouraged to attend these presentations.

Tim’s Nicholson, Entrinsik VP Customer Services and Support will be demonstrating Informer on the main exhibit floor. Tim will show how higher education customers are currently using Informer Discover to easily uncover useful information from their data.

In addition to the formal session presentations, attendees can visit Entrinsik booth # 501 to see 10-minute presentations that showcase Informer’s features and functionality. There will also be several demonstration stations at the booth where visitors can meet with Entrinsik’s product developers and technical staff to see personalized demonstrations and receive custom access to the Informer sandbox to try Informer after the conference.

“We are excited about showcasing Informer at the Ellucian Live conference this year,” said Sharon Shelton, VP of Marketing at Entrinsik, Inc. “Ellucian Live provides an ideal forum to exchange ideas about industry best practices and demonstrate the value Informer brings to the higher education community.”

For more information about Entrinsik Informer or a FREE 30-day trial, visit www.entrinsik.com/informer, email informersales@entrinsik.com or call 888-703-0016.

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